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Fatigue Behind the Wheel: How Sleep Deprivation Affects Your Driving

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Fatigue Behind the Wheel: How Sleep Deprivation Affects Your Driving

You probably already know how dangerous it is to drive while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, but did you know that driving while exhausted impairs your ability to see and react to problems just as much? In an accident, the difference between a few seconds could potentially mean your life, which is why…

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How Can You Best Treat OSA

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How Can You Best Treat OSA

Image Credits Sleep-related diseases can severely affect your ability to function on a day-to-day basis, leaving you fatigued and irritable. One unfortunately common and at times extremely debilitating disease of this nature is OSA, or obstructive sleep apnea. But how do you know if you may be living with OSA? Ask yourself, aside from feeling…

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Why Staying Properly Hydrated Is More Important Than You Might Think

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Why Staying Properly Hydrated Is More Important Than You Might Think

Unfortunately, not everybody understands that staying hydrated is essential for one’s health. Consequently, many people suffer symptoms of dehydration, and they may not even realize it. Indeed, water is one of the most important things that the human body needs for its survival. Staying hydrated is much more important than you might think. Dehydration Occurrence…

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Sleep Apnea and Your Personal Health

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Sleep Apnea and Your Health

Do you have a hard time falling asleep at night? Maybe you have a hard time breathing and you may have sleep apnea. Sleep apnea often affects many people. It can cause a minor disruption at night and interruptions in the breathing patterns. It will also disturb those around you because many people will snore,…

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Whiplash 101: Everything You Need To Know

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Whiplash 101: Everything You Need To Know

Whiplash is a nasty little bugger. Sometimes it goes away within weeks after an accident, but often it lingers. According to spinal experts, 15 to 20 percent of patients develop chronic pain from whiplash that can last two or more years after it first occurred. If you think you’ve experienced whiplash, should you seek treatment?…

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Top Tips To Help Improve Endurance and Muscle-building

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Top Tips To Help Improve Endurance and Muscle-building

Improving one’s endurance for a specific sport and other physical feats require time and proper training. Building endurance is not done overnight. In fact, many trainers will tell you that it is achieved on a gradual pace. This process involves a variety of strategies and these depend on the type of sport or training program…

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Cold Vs. Flu-How To Tell The Difference

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Cold Vs. Flu-How To Tell The Difference

The aches. The pains. The fatigue. These are typical symptoms that people experience when they’re ill. Most of the time, we tend to use over-the-counter medications to self medicate ourselves back into a healthy state, but there’s a difference between curing a cold and curing the flu, and if you don’t know which one you…

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Avoiding Fatigue on Long Car Journeys

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Avoiding Fatigue on Long Car Journeys

Millions of people all over the world use their cars every day of the year nowadays, and for most of us life would be almost impossible without our vehicles. We spend a small fortune on maintenance, road tax, fuel and cleaning, but the vast majority of regular car users would say the expense is still…

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Why Watching TV in the Dark is Bad for Your Health

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Why Watching TV in the Dark is Bad for Your Health

 Do your eyes ever hurt after you watch television? Sometimes your eyes may hurt after watching a movie in a movie theater and even while watching a screen in a conference room. Eyestrain is a common disorder especially in the technological age. One of the popular reasons eyestrain is watching a screen for to long…

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How to Improve Bone and Joint Health

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How to Improve Bone and Joint Health

There are many inevitable changes that occur in the human body as it ages, such as the appearance of wrinkles and grey hair. Some changes, such as declining bone and joint health, are believed to be unavoidable when, in fact, the decline can be prevented or reduced as long as you remain physically active. There…

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